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How to Make Coffee at Home: AeroPress

A guide to creating the perfect cup of coffee with an AeroPress

Background

The AeroPress was invented in 1984 by Alan Adler, a renowned inventor and retired Stanford University engineering instructor in California. The AeroPress brews in just a couple of minutes which allows for lower acidity and less bitterness. The micro-filters used in this process also give you a cleaner brew with more clarity of flavor than other methods like the French press. Like the French press, the AeroPress is a convenient way to brew a quality cup of coffee on outdoor adventures (and with no glass)!

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How to Brew: Classic (Upright) Method

  1. Rinse AeroPress with hot water, flush a filter in the cap, and screw the cap on.
  2. Set the chamber on a mug or vessel and add 18 grams of medium-fine ground coffee.
  3. Add hot water to the highest notch on the chamber, and stir back and forth about 3 times.
  4. Plug the plunger into the chamber to create a seal, and let it sit for about 1 minute.
  5. Remove the plunger and stir again, 3 times, back and forth.
  6. Replace the plunger and slowly press it down over the course of about 30 seconds.
  7. Remove the Press, add more water or milk of choice, & enjoy!

How to Brew: Inverted Method

  1. Rinse your AeroPress with hot water and flush a filter in the cap.
  2. Plug the plunger onto the chamber to create a seal, flip the Press, and add 18 grams of ground coffee to the chamber.
  3. Slowly add just enough hot water to cover the grounds. Let them ā€œbloomā€ for 30 seconds.
  4. Top off the chamber with more water and stir until all the grounds are soaked.
  5. Screw on the filter cap, flip the AeroPress, and immediately place it on top of a mug or vessel.
  6. Let it sit for about 45 seconds.
  7. Press the plunger down over the course of about 30 seconds.
  8. Remove the Press, add more water or some milk, & enjoy!

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